Eagle Rising Editor Talks Politics on Red State Radio

Over the last few months Eagle Rising’s Editor-in-Chief, Onan Coca, has developed a relationship with one of the more popular political programs on Red State Radio – the Scott Adams show. The Scott Adams show has quickly climbed the ranks of must hear radio and Red State has expanded their time slot from an hour to three hours each weekday. The shows hosts, Scott Adams and Leonora Cravotta, have also become regular contributors to Eagle Rising, offering their own brand of insight on Eagle Rising’s pages.

In recent days, Eagle Rising editor Onan Coca has been a guest on the show discussing the important topics of the day, including the Presidential race, illegal immigration and the ending of the Cuban embargo.

We’ve posted two of their recent podcasts here for you to enjoy.

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From June 15th on Cuba, Eagle Rising, and why we do what we do. (Eagle Rising editor Onan Coca’s segment begins at 16:40)

https://soundcloud.com/buglecall/onan-coca-061515c?in=buglecall/sets/jun-12-2015-1

 

From July 9th on Sanctuary cities and illegal immigration. (Eagle Rising editor Onan Coca’s segment begins at 33:30)

https://soundcloud.com/buglecall/steve-pauwels-onan-coca-070915a

 

You can check out the Scott Adams Show here and find more episodes of their podcasts here. Their radio show can also be heard daily from 6-9am and rerun from 12-3 pm, Monday thru Friday at Red State Radio.

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